Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo The Race Is On Sugaree Mexicali Blues Box Of Rain Tennessee Jed Jack Straw Big Railroad Blues El Paso Row Jimmy Looks Like Rain They Love Each Other Playing In The Band
The Promised Land -> Bertha -> Greatest Story Ever Told He's Gone -> Truckin' -> Drums -> The Other One -> Spanish Jam -> I Know You Rider Sugar Magnolia
Encore Casey Jones
(The lineage given in the original etree copy's original info file is incorrect.)
Note: The show as I got it from the etree was spuriously tracked,
with track boundaries often 30 seconds to a minute before the actual
beginning of a song, and the bit of "Beer Barrel Polka" tuning split
between the end of disc 2 and beginning of disc 3. I retracked the entire
thing de novo, using Cool Edit and CDWav. The track timings below are
for my retracked version; timings for the original etree copy are given
at the end of this file. In retracking disc 3, I followed the tracking for
the version of this portion previously released on GDH #320.
-- G.S. Hamilton
March 31, 2015 Subject:
a left handed monkey wrench
So good and mellow fell asleep going across the Rio Grande, regain consciousness Box of Rain
Jerry riffs hard all thru El Paso!!!
T.L.E.O. is such the perfect tune in 73
just bops and bounces, Jerry and Phil!
PLAYIN' vey mellow and easily they launch.
Wife and I have a big conversation about P.I.T.B
She says they are all playing in different directions, long and short says they must be smoking some crazy sh-t.
Me explain Main ten then exploration then back to Main theme. Donna goes off, Jerry can yell louder with his guitar. No more conversation I want to keep out of doghouse. Smokin hot!!!
Promised> Bertha> Greatest
Donna jumps into this 3 song fray and we get one of the hottest Greatest Story-IMO.
He's Gone-Very laid back , the tuning just before the song is cool, the delivery by Garcia and the backing vocals are great. Keith nice in the mix.
"you know better but I know him"
A very soulful He's Gone, Good Bass riffs and nice baritone from Phil.
Truckin into a Nobodies Fault jam> and then 1:33 seconds of Billy hitting the skins--Not even enough time to get off stage for the rest of the band. That is O.K. they are needed for the OTHER ONE... I like this set it has a lot of jump to it.
A little bit of a different take on the Other ONE
I know you rider coming out of Space now that is original.
(In 85 in N.J. they pulled off a Half Step> Rider to open the night and I thought that was superb.
Anyway I like shows when they are on and also take the path less traveled.)
The I KNOW YOU RIDER out of SPACE is worth the price of admission.
This is the kinda stuff that got me crying tears of joy at a show.
I suspect many had no idea that they were even galloping into 'Rider' it is just really unexpected especially at this point in the show
Sugar Magnolia- Too much of a scream fest towards the end but jerry never stops getting in his licks
E) Casey Jones!